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July 2011

Art exhibition: Ksenia Golubokov

July 17, 2011 - September 18, 2011

Batik art & silk clothing on display at Rolling River through 9/18. 845/747-4123.

Chicken BBQ

August 6, 2011

Benefit for Bob Phillips Jr. w/ live music, gift baskets, chances, raffles at St. Jacobi Lutheran Church, 1pm-?, adults $15, under 12 free. 570/559-7441.

Hoax E-mail Alert

The New York State Police Computer Crime Unit has initiated an investigation into the release of a spam e-mail that is circulating heavily nationwide, primarily through Yahoo e-mail accounts. The-mail purports to be a Uniform Traffic Ticket from the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles issued by the New York State Police.  Read more

Casey, Gillibrand Introduce Bill to Encourage Job Creation

WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Senators Bob Casey (D-PA) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) today introduced legislation to create jobs and spur economic growth. The Small Business Job Creation Tax Credit Act would encourage businesses to add jobs and to reverse cuts in salaries and worker hours.  Read more

Hinchey Reintroduces Bill to Break Up MegaBanks that Caused Financial Crisis

Washington, DC - In an effort to restore commonsense and important safeguards to the financial sector, Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) today introduced a bill that would reinstate the Banking Act of 1933, better known as the Glass-Steagall Act, in order to separate investment banking from commercial banking.  Read more

23 year old woman arrested for rape

The New York State Police BCI at Montgomery announce the arrest of Chelsea Rearick, for Rape in the second degree, a felonly. Rearick, age 23, lives at 1 Oakley Street, Montgomery,NY.  Read more

MARINO SIGNS CUT CAP BALANCE PLEDGE

WASHINGTON -- Rep. Tom Marino has signed the Cut Cap Balance Pledge that vows to take steps to restore fiscal soundness, including a constitutional amendment to balance the budget.  Read more

Four arrested for prescription forgery in Liberty

On July 6th 2011 Village of Liberty Detectives with the assistance of the New York State Police made the final of four arrests concluding a nearly two week long investigation into the theft and forgery of prescriptions from a Liberty doctor’s office.  Read more

BONACIC PLANS HEARINGS ON CASINO DEVELOPMENT AND RACING INDUSTRY

Now that the Legislature has adjourned, State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I – Orange County), has stated he intends to hold hearings relating to both a Constitutional amendment for casino gaming and horse racing in New York State.  Read more

Rabies incidents confirmed in Sullivan County

Three rabid foxes have been confirmed in Sullivan County. The animaLs were found near Swan Lake, Yankee Lake and Wurtsboro. Local officials are warning residents in Sullivan County that there are very likely other rabid animals in the region, and residents should guard against them.  Read more